Local group holds "Close the Camps" protest

6th annual charity ride in honor of Domnik Kazmierczak

1st Annual Teacher Supplies Giveaway

Indiana Black Expo hosts Back to School Leadership Rally

SBPD dashboard camera policy called into question

Arizona man takes to the streets with his resume, lands multiple job offers

Disney, Eddie Bauer baby sleepers recalled on safety fears

Fair for Sheltie Rescue hopes to raise money and spread awareness

Annual Juneteenth Celebration takes place in South Bend

South Bend Cubs explain Pitbull concert cancellation

The Whistle Pigs take center stage for Fridays by the Fountain

City of Benton Harbor pushes back on state's plan to close high school

National Day of Prayer celebrated in Michiana

People ride through Mishawaka for inaugural 'Ride for Autism' fundraiser

Special Olympics athletes run drills with Fighting Irish team

Gentlemen & Scholars Inc. hosts 'Spelling Bee Explosion'

Support Camp Kesem's mission during Notre Dame Day

Michiana's Ride for Autism happening Sunday

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Man who murdered Iowa State golfer gets life in prison

Barquín Arozamena, 22, studied civil engineering at Iowa State and was the Big 12 Conference player of the year in 2018.

David Koch, billionaire conservative activist and philanthropist, has died. He was 79

He and his brother, Charles Koch, helped to build a massive conservative network of donors to support libertarian-leaning economic policies.

Teenage girl and infant sister found dead in California home; mother suspected in murders

Police said the mother tried to take her own life and left two notes at the home.

Special prosecutor named in Jussie Smollett case to probe why charges were dropped

Former U.S. Attorney Dan Webb was named as a special prosecutor to look into why state prosecutors abruptly dropped charges against Smollett.

Another day, another epic delay on Delta flight from NYC to Los Angeles

The same Delta flight that was delayed 18 and a half hours on Wednesday going into Thursday was held up at least 19 hours the next day.